I-Team: A growing stink -- How a controversial farming practice led to 1,700 dead fish

By Randy Travis Published August 8, 2022 WASHINGTON, Ga. - Hundreds of dead fish turned up in a river near a north Georgia dairy farm that was using a controversial product for growing crops. It’s called soil amendment, a substitute for traditional fertilizer. But a growing number of critics call it industrial waste. That’s because it’s made up of byproducts from poultry and other food processing plants, waste such as animal fluids or the rinse water after cleaning equipment. FULL STORY: https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/a-growing-stink-how-a-controversial-farm-practice-led-to-1700-dead-fish

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